Target recently announced that it has teamed up with FEED Projects, Lauren Bush's do-good social business, for its next designer collaboration. Set to launch in stores and online on June 30, the exclusive 50-piece FEED USA + Target lineup highlights a range of clothing, accessories, housewares, and sporting goods featuring an Americana motif codesigned by Lauren Bush herself. Following the FEED Projects ethos, every product sold from the limited-edition collaboration will benefit Feeding America, the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity. The goal? "Through product sales, we hope to provide 10 million meals to Americans in need, which would make it the largest US initiative in FEED's history," said Lauren Bush. Here's your sneak peek at the collaboration now — will you be picking up a few pieces to support the cause?
Fans of TOMS shoes, mark your calendars for April 1, when the brand will launch its new collaboration with Lauren Bush's FEED Projects. The FEED 12 TOMS Classics feature the FEED stamp logo in silvery gray and black on burlap material, and will be available for women ($58) and tots ($34), exclusively through Toms.com. Best of all, with every pair of shoes that you purchase, 12 school meals and a new pair of shoes will be donated to a child in need. Shop early, as the limited-edition line will only be available until it sells out!
In partnership with FEED Projects, a nonprofit that helps raise funds for the United Nations World Food Programme, Clarins has just launched a limited-edition Clarins by FEED gift set ($30). The Nordstrom-exclusive kit includes the brand's Hand and Nail Treatment Cream, Moisture-Rich Body Lotion, Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector, and a FEED pouch. What's more, for each purchase made, 15 nutritious meals will be given to hungry children. It all adds up, too: Since Lauren Bush founded FEED in 2007, the project has raised over $6 million, with 60 million meals provided.